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Women in Engineering Fulton Hogan Engineering Challenge

Early last week WIE members participated in the Women in Engineering Fulton Hogan Engineering Challenge – the event was a great success, we hope you all enjoyed it!

This year’s challenge was “Think outside the box – what civil engineering solution could move a lot of people with the minimum material costs over water?”. Some constraints included affordability, the use of (in-situ) new materials, and tunnelling and boats being not allowed. We saw some really creative solutions that inspired all whom were involved! Congratulations to our winners.

A huge thank you to Fulton Hogan for their continuous support and specifically to, Clare Dring, National Technical Manager – Pavements & Laboratories, Dr Bryan Pidwerbesky, Technical Director – Pavement & Materials Engineering, Charlotte Turner, Graduate Engineer, @Jordan Prior, Research Engineer – Pavements & Laboratories, Patrick Gledhill – Asset Engineer Water, Charlotte Meiklejohn & Kelly Baker from FH People/Training.

Thank you to our members for participating, we look forward to seeing everyone at our next speaker series event in the next week!

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